Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
The Jim Daniels papers (approximately 1976-2015) contain correspondence, clippings, audiovisual material, reviews, promotional material, drafts and published versions of his poetry, prose, and screenplays and journals he edited and contributed to, documenting his professional and artistic work.
This collection consists of a ledger kept by Jonathan Fox of Genesee County, New York. The earliest entries record the sale of cloth and costs of tailoring work, which may have been done by Fox. The ledger also records household expenses, some brief genealogical notes, and several poems, perhaps written by Fox's wife.
This collection consists of one box of materials about the poetry of Julia A. Moore, who in her heyday was called the Sweet Singer in Michigan. The collective consists of family pictures, correspondence to and clippings about Ms. Moore, correspondence by H. A. Greenly, copies of published works not individually catalogued in MSU Libraries, and photocopies of three of her works.